When considering the value of a college education, student loan defaults among current and former students are a good indication of whether a school is a wise investment.
A survey suggests admissions officers feel pressure to recruit students who can pay.
The college application process is stressful enough without having to worry about whether you’re being scammed. To make the process easier, MainStreet offers a few tips on how families can spot and avoid financial aid scams.
How two instructors opened minds in a closed economy and ensured the recession hasn't left every teacher behind.
In an effort to promote smart credit card use, a concert in New York hopes to use the lure of a free concert to teach people about debt.
College application season is almost upon us, meaning plenty of high school seniors are freaking out. Here’s what they should and shouldn’t worry about when applying.
Online classes certainly offer convenience, but opinions of their educational value vary dramatically, depending on the source.
Families are finding new ways to cover college costs and it means sacrifices and more work for parents, according to a new survey from Fidelity Investments.
Going back to college when you’re older can be pretty tough in an education landscape that has changed drastically since the ’80s. Here are some tips for what has changed and what the 30-plus set can expect when going back to school this year.
Tuition is rising, and what most people don’t know may be costing them; there are options other than the traditional student loans to cover the costs.